Burning Bush papyrus puzzle is one of the many riddles you can find in Assassin’s Creed Origins. You can get a clue pointing towards the solution in Wabet, in Memphis. However, the clue is inacurate – it will send you to the wrong place. You can still solve it on your own, you’ll just need to stumble around for a bit. If you’re not in the mood for that, you can scroll down and check out the AC Origins Burning Bush papyrus puzzle solution.
Wabet scroll location
The papyrus with the hint is hidden in Wabet, in the northernmost part of the city of Memphis. Once you get to the courtyard, go into the sanctum. Turn right, then left. You’ll see a couple of mummies on wooden tables, and a passage on your left. Go through the passage, and look for a wooden table on the right immediately after it. The scroll will be on it.
Burning Bush riddle solution
Description: If you head to the other side of the Nile in Ineb-Hedjet Nome, you can find a peak with a great view of the Nile. Take a look around, then come find me, hiding under the only tree nearby.
The clue is kind of off, since you don’t actually have to leave the Memphis area. The peak in question is in Ineb-Hedjet Nome, and you can go there if you want. However, the lone tree is actually in Memphis. So what you should do is head directly east and cross the river. Once you’re near the other side, you’ll spot the palm tree in the middle of nowhere. There will be a bush next to it, with your prize inside.